National Museum of Civil War Medicine
48 East Patrick St.
Contact via E-Mail
View Map via:
Google Maps :
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is the center for the study and interpretation of the medical history of the War Between the States. These studies include understanding the impact of Civil War Medicine on modern practice. The Museum collects, exhibits and preserves medical artifacts, manuscripts, books, documents and other materials related to the period from 1861-1865. By telling the dramatic story of the inventiveness of the physicians, the devotion of the stewards, nurses and matrons, and the courage of the patients on both sides of the struggle, the Museum is dedicated to increasing public understanding of a major era in medical history.